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The Kansas City Chiefs were yet another strange team in 2014, going from 0-2 to 7-3, then laying an egg to Oakland (even though they scored 20 points) & ultimately falling out of the AFC playoff picture. But the big story was safety Eric Berry's health. After that loss to the Raiders, he received an X-ray which revealed a mass in his chest believed to be lymphoma. He was placed on the non-football illness list, ending his season. A month later, Berry was confirmed to have Hodgskin's lymphoma. He has begun treatment & many of us are wishing him a strong recovery. My prayers have been & will be w/ him during this time. The Chiefs have made some moves during the off-season, bringing in free agents such as wide receiver Jeremy Maclin (reuniting w/ Jason Avant from Philadelphia) & safety Tyvon Branch. The pressure continues to be on head coach Andy Reid. He's been expected to make a Super Bowl run w/ this team & that hasn't happened. & he has yet to win a Super Bowl, pinning him on the list of one of the greatest coaches in league history to not accomplish the feat. Some fans have started to lost patience. Something's gotta give, right? I hope for the sake of Reid that this team finally turns to corner in 2015. It's been a long time coming since the franchise's last Super Bowl triumph (Super Bowl III), but Arrowhead remains one of the toughest places to play of opponents & as long as you have great fans supporting your team, you'll always have a shot to accomplish wins, divison titles, & maybe even a Lombardi trophy. This team still has work to do, but it looks like they're heading in the right direction. How far can & will they go? We'll discuss that as well as Eric Berry in our next installment of "The Rocket Sports Breakdown" Friday evening @ 6:30pm on Blog Talk Radio. Rocket Nation, get ready for a power trip.
On this week's APRHF's Let's Talk Trains Show, we visit with the people that make the Kansas City Northern (KCNRR) run. We will learn about park's trains and the history of the KCNRR. We will find what makes a ride on a park train so special for so many people, young & old alike. Join us won't you? Call in and talk about your local park train.
A World's Class Exhibit detailing the History of Kansas City's Union Station makes it's debut to the public during this LIVE broadcast from the station.
Let's Talk Trains attends the 100th Anniversary of Kansas City's Union Station Celebration. Bob Alkire, KC Nathan and ShuttletrainTED all are on board this week, as we visit with KC Mayor Sly, Visit KC President, Union Station President, 100th Anniversary Gala leaders.
A 73-year-old southwest Missouri man with a long history of anti-Semitism is suspected of killing two people outside Overland Park’s Jewish Community Center and then a third at a nearby Jewish assisted living facility.
After officers arrested Frazier Glenn Cross — an Aurora, Mo., man better known as F. Glenn Miller — Sunday afternoon, authorities said he went on a rant inside the patrol car. Though Overland Park Police Chief John Douglass wouldn’t say what Cross hollered, a television crew captured him on video while he was handcuffed in the back of the car.
“Heil Hitler,” Miller yelled out, and then he bobbed his head up and down.Kansas City Star
Listen as Jonathan Aldridge interviews the Kansas City Royals Superstar Eric Hosmer after a previous Royals game in 2014 before the Kansas City Royals World Series Run.
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Many Mormons were killed and the rest driven from the state of Missouri in the 1830s. Today, the people of Western Missouri love them and welcome them as neighbors. In 2012, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints completed the Kansas City Temple. Shirley Murdock is the Director of Public Affairs for the Independence Missouri Stake of the Church. She is the special guest for this program and will tell us how the people of Western Missouri have answered the call of Finishers Wanted to accomplish great things.
"The distinctive double towers of the Kansas City Missouri Temple rise majestically over I-435 in Kansas City's Northland. Nearly 91,000 people toured the Kansas City Missouri Temple during its public open house. Because of the high number of reservations made for tour times, the open house was extended an additional week."
Kansas City Temple
Independence Visitors Center (LDS)
This week on Wednesday Night with NFLFemale, we'll be talking to Bob Salomon, promoter of "A Glove Of Their Own" and his mission of helping kids through sports. Then Official Fan Reporter for the Kansas City Chiefs, Neta Davis joins us along with Kansas City sports radio host, TJ Carpenter, to talk about the Chiefs, their off season moves, and where the team is headed in 2014. Join us!
Discuss the history of professional baseball in Kansas City that goes back to the late 19th Century and College Football NFL updates
If time a preview of the basketball season that begins next week
Join Jeff Hartman and Neal Coolog of behindthesteelcurtain.com to discuss the Pittsburgh Steelers 20-12 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 16 of the NFL. The win didn't just seal a double-digit win season for the 2014 Steelers, but also clinched the team's first playoff season since 2012.
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